It’s time to find a fantasy football starter from this year’s group of rookies who can help you win your league this fall.
It’s fantasy football draft season, and as any schooled fantasy player will tell you, league-winners can be found from the rookie class. And it isn’t always the first round that will produce those fantasy stars.
Here’s a look at 10 players who were drafted on Days 2 and 3 of the 2019 NFL Draft who should be on your fantasy draft board this summer.
10. Mecole Hardman WR Kansas City Chiefs
This pick will be almost entirely dependent on what happens with Tyreek Hill. The speedster from Georgia wasn’t drafted in the 2nd round to sit. Even if Hill avoids suspension Hardman could turn his game-breaking speed into some big fantasy outputs.
9. Diontae Johnson WR Pittsburgh Steelers:
The Steelers have developed WRs better than anyone in the league over the last 15 years. With only Eli Rogers and journeyman Donte Moncrief in his way, Johnson could possibly win a starting job as a rookie and bring instant value.
8. Miles Sanders: RB Philadelphia Eagles
Sanders is expected to play behind newly acquired Jordan Howard to start the season. Things could get murky with Corey Clement and Wendell Smallwood both vying for carries. With the 3rd down role spoken for, Sanders will have to elbow his way to the table on early downs.